(closeout) Tactile Matching Maze
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Closeout Price: $27.95
30% Off! You save $12.00
Parents will love the versatility of Tactile Matching Maze; children will love the hands-on approach to both simple and higher-order thinking. In the beginning, your child will notice that each of the colors and textures of the round blocks matches the colors and textures of the square blocks. The five smoothly sanded, multi-textured, circular pieces are moved around the cutout path while remaining fastened to the sturdy puzzle board.
To begin, arrange the circle blocks and have your child place the square blocks beneath the matching circles. The next step is to scramble the square blocks and ask your preschooler to arrange the circles to match. To do so requires fine motor skills, eye-hand coordination, critical thinking, and problem solving. Tactile Matching Maze is a beautiful puzzle with rubberized handles for easy portability.
Size: 15″W x 9.5″D x 2″H
This is great for toddlers! My kids always loved different tactile input. I got this for my nephew and he really enjoys it. Really nice quality.
So a few mentioned that their babies outgrew this quickly, you can refine their senses by trying this activity blindfolded! It's a great way to sensitize their little hands, and get them ready for writing later on!
I like this products although I feel it is a little overpriced for what it is. I feel like the Bunny Peek a Book and Day/Night are better puzzle/games that will stay challenging longer than this one will. My kids seem to enjoy it at times though. This is one of the only products I purchased that I probably wouldn't purchase again since there are so many other games/puzzle activities that I prefer to this one.
My son loved the first level of this puzzle he would beg to use it every day. It started getting boring for him now that he is almost 3. So I ordered this item as a new level. It was challenging to him at first. It is a mild challenge for him now. Just the right amount. I will be reusing it with younger siblings. The wood holds up well and has fun patterns on the squares for them to learn.
Very challenging starting out when he had to figure out how to work it. Once he understood l how to do it, however, he lost interest. It would probably be more effective for a 2 y/o.